Whitney Houston's troubled daughter, Bobbi Kristina, is now under the watchful eye of her concerned grandmother, Cissy.
"I'll be damned if I'm burying my grandbaby," a source quoted Cissy.
But Cissy may have her work cut out for her. The Daily Beast is standing "firmly behind" its report that Bobbi Kristina disappeared after her mom's funeral and got "high."
Whitney's godmother, singer Darlene Love emphatically denies the allegations and said, "She was with the family the whole time. We all went to a restaurant. She was there."
Also reportedly keeping an eye on Bobbi Kristina, famed addiction counselor, Warren Boyd. He entered Houston's wake right behind her and was by her side at the funeral.
Boyd has helped turn around the lives of celebrities like Robert Downey Jr. and Courtney Love. The TV show The Cleaner, starring Benjamin Bratt, was based on his life.
Judge Mary Ann Gunn of TV's Last Shot with Judge Gunn, said Bobbi Kristina is especially at risk because of her family history.
"The fact that it was normal for Bobbi Kristina in her life to be raised in an enviroment where her mother was doing drugs, her father was doing drugs. Think about the high risk that puts you in," said Judge Gunn.
Cissy is said to be focused on keeping Bobby Brown's contact with his daughter to a minimum. The Chicago-Sun Times reported, "Cissy continues to blame him for most of Whitney's problems with drugs and alcohol."
But Judge Gunn said that Bobbi Kristina's family needs to come together.
"Bobby Brown needs to come together with Whitney Houston's mom and they need to unite and put aside their differences for what is in the best interest of Bobby Kristina," said Judge Gunn.
Houston's cousin, Dionne Warwick, and friends like Alicia Keys, are reportedly encouraging Bobbi Kristina to follow her dreams and become a music star like her mother.